LastPass is an award-winning password manager that can save your passwords and provide you with secure access from every computer and mobile device you have. With LastPass you need only remember one password - your LastPass master password.
With the LastPass: Free Password Manager extension for Chrome, you can save all your usernames and passwords to LastPass, and it will auto-login to your sites and sync your passwords everywhere that you need them.
Key features include:
- AES 256bit encryption.
- PBKDF2 encryption keys used.
- Store login usernames and passwords.
- Generate secure passwords to replace weak ones.
- Multi-factor authentication for your LastPass account.
- Add credit card and shopping profiles.
The benefit of using a password manger like LastPass is, the application will generate all the passwords that you will ever need. These in turn, are auto-filled, so that you need never worry about forgetting your login details ever again.
LastPass Password Manager utilizes AES 256bit encryption implemented with salted hashing, along with PBKDF2 encryption keys. All of your sensitive data is encrypted and decrypted locally on your computer, so that only encrypted sensitive information is ever synced with LastPass. LastPass can never access your passwords, and your master password is never shared with LastPass.
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